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A quarter of motorists race trains and ignore signs at rail level crossings according to a new study.
The survey of 4,500 road users by Roy Morgan Research found young people under the age of 25 are the drivers most at risk.
Ex-train driver and now general manager of safety at Pacific National David Edwards says education is the the key to changing driver behaviour.
"What we must do is work in the area of behavioural change of those road motor drivers and also in addition to that briefing, awareness and behavioural change" he says.
"There has to be an element of increased policing, and police enforcement of the road rules at level crossings and I think if we can do that we can get a significant change."
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